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Old 18-11-22, 14:06   #1
 
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Reports of SECRET Chinese Police Stations in US Worry FBI

Number of Uncovered Chinese Police Stations Around The World 'Growing'

The FBI is "concerned" by reports that secret "police stations" linked to China have been set up across the US.


BBC News 18 NOV 2022.







A September report issued by the NGO Safeguard Defenders revealed the presence of these stations around the world, including in New York.







The FBI's director, Christopher Wray, told senior politicians that the agency was monitoring reports of such centres across the country.

"We are aware of the existence of these stations," Mr Wray said.

"To me, it is outrageous to think that the Chinese police would attempt to set up shop, you know, in New York, let's say, without proper coordination," he added. "It violates sovereignty and circumvents standard judicial and law enforcement cooperation processes."

Asked if the stations violated US law, Mr Wray said the FBI was "looking into the legal parameters".

The senior intelligence official was speaking at a US Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing, where he was grilled by senior lawmakers.

According to the Spain-based NGO Safeguard Defenders, Chinese public security bureaus established the "overseas police service stations" in several continents, including two in London and one in Glasgow. In North America, it found stations in Toronto and in New York.

The units were reportedly created to tackle transnational crime and to provide administrative services to Chinese nationals abroad, such as renewing drivers' licences abroad and other consular services.

However, Safeguard Defenders said they also serve a "more sinister goal", by contributing to "cracking down on all kinds of illegal and criminal activities involving overseas Chinese".

Chia has denied running the overseas stations.

Mr Wray said the United States had opened a number of charges related to the Chinese government harassing, stalking, monitoring and blackmailing people in the US who had been critical of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

"It's a real problem and something that we're talking with our foreign partners about, as well, because we're not the only country where this has occurred," he said.

In October, the US unsealed criminal charges against seven Chinese nationals accused of spying on and harassing a US resident and his family as part of efforts by the Chinese government to return one of them to China.

Last month, one of the Chinese "police stations" in the centre of the Irish capital Dublin was ordered to close by the government as a result of Safeguard Defenders' work.

And Canadian intelligence officials recently said they were investigating accusations that China had opened unofficial "police" stations on Canadian soil.










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Italy Accused of Allowing Secret Chinese Police

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BBC News 11 DEC 2022.










Italy has been accused of turning a blind eye to secret Chinese “police stations” that have been set up in cities across the country allegedly to intimidate and harass Chinese migrant communities.


A report published this week by Safeguard Defenders, a human rights organisation, claimed that Beijing has established more than 100 offices in 53 countries as part of a global underground network designed to target Chinese dissidents living abroad.

Italy was reportedly used as a testing ground for the scheme and is said to be home to 11 “police stations” - the largest number in any one country - located in Milan, Rome, Sicily and elsewhere.

But while countries such as the UK, Germany, Spain, the US, Canada and New Zealand have announced national investigations into the claims, Italy’s interior minister instead attempted to brush off the concerns, saying police and intelligence services were “monitoring” the issue.

Questioned in Parliament on Wednesday, Matteo Piantedosi insisted only one credible “police station” had been discovered - in Prato, Florence - but that it had closed and “no longer appears to provide” the claimed services.

He added that investigations were “still in progress,” but that “there are currently no so-called service centres similar to the one in Prato in Rome, Florence, Bolzano.”

Mr Piantedosi said he would “not exclude” enforcing sanctions if any illegality was found.



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FBI Makes Arrests Over Alleged SECRET Chinese Police Stations in New York

US prosecutors have arrested two men in New York for allegedly operating a Chinese "secret police station" in Manhattan's Chinatown neighbourhood.


BBC News 19 APR 2023





Lu Jianwang, 61, and Chen Jinping, 59, both New York City residents, face charges of conspiring to act as agents for China and obstruction of justice.

They are expected to appear in a federal court in Brooklyn on Monday.

China has previously denied operating the stations, calling them "service centres" for nationals overseas.


Mr Lu of the Bronx and Mr Chen of Manhattan worked together to establish the first overseas police station in the United States on behalf of China's Ministry of Public Security, the US Department of Justice alleged on Monday.

The outpost was closed in autumn of 2022, the department said, after those involved became aware of an FBI investigation into the station.

"This prosecution reveals the Chinese government's flagrant violation of our nation's sovereignty by establishing a secret police station in the middle of New York City," said Breon Pearce, the top prosecutor in Brooklyn.

The stations are believed to be among at least 100 operating across the globe in 53 countries, including the UK and the Netherlands. And last month, Canada's federal police announced an investigation into two Montreal-area sites thought to be police outposts.




Lu Jianwang attends a Brooklyn courthouse



"The PRC's [People's Republic of China] actions go far beyond the bounds of acceptable nation-state conduct. We will resolutely defend the freedoms of all those living in our country from the threat of authoritarian repression," said assistant attorney general Matthew Olsen, from the Justice Department's National Security Division.

According to prosecutors, Mr Lu was closely connected to Chinese law enforcement, and was enlisted to help China with "repressive activities" in the US beginning in 2015, including harassing Chinese dissidents.

In 2018, he allegedly participated in efforts to push a purported Chinese fugitive to return to China, including repeated harassment and threats to the individual and his family, living in China and the US. And prosecutors said he was also enlisted to locate a pro-democracy activist in China. Mr Lu denied these actions when confronted by US authorities.

He and Mr Chen were questioned by authorities in October 2022, when the FBI conducted a search of the suspected station. Their phones were seized as part of the search and both men admitted they had deleted communication with an official from China's Ministry of Public Security who was allegedly directing their behaviour in the US, prosecutors alleged.

If convicted, both Mr Lu and Mr Chen face up to 25 years in prison.

Chinese embassies in the US and Canada have said the locations are "overseas service stations'' opened during the pandemic to assist nationals abroad with driver's licence renewal and similar matters.

But human rights groups have accused China of using the outposts to threaten and monitor Chinese nationals abroad.

Last month, the Canada's federal force asked Chinese Canadians who may have been targeted by threats from "alleged Chinese police stations" to come forward.

"We're in the process of making sure the RCMP is following up on this and that our intelligence systems are taking this seriously," Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.

FBI Director Christopher Wray said last November that his agency was monitoring reports of such stations, calling them a "real problem".

"To me, it is outrageous to think that the Chinese police would attempt to set up shop, you know, in New York, let's say, without proper co-ordination," Mr Wray said. "It violates sovereignty and circumvents standard judicial and law enforcement co-operation processes."

In a separate complaint unveiled by US officials on Monday, 34 officers from China's Ministry of Public Security were charged with using fake social media accounts to harass Chinese dissidents in the US and spread official Chinese government propaganda.


Prosecutors said all of the accused belong to an elite task force known as the 912 Special Project Working Group, whose purpose is to "target Chinese dissidents located throughout the world, including in the United States".

"As alleged, the PRC government deploys its national police and the 912 Special Project Working Group not as an instrument to uphold the law and protect public safety, but rather as a troll farm that attacks persons in our country for exercising free speech," US Attorney Peace said.

All 34 of these defendants are believed to live in China or elsewhere in Asia.


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How Canada Has Been Helping China Hunt For Fugitives For Decades

Direction came 'from Ottawa at the highest level,' says former RCMP operations manager


CBC 21 OCT 2023







Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on Aug. 31, 2016.



While politicians in Ottawa decried the reported existence of several alleged Chinese police stations in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver earlier this year, Canadian officials were already well aware of Chinese police operations in Canada.


The Canadian government has given Chinese law enforcement assistance in their pursuit of fugitive Chinese nationals living abroad for decades, an investigation by CBC's The Fifth Estate has learned.

In Canada, that help has sometimes come as a result of quid pro quo deals, people with first-hand knowledge of the relationship, including two former Canadian ambassadors to China, told The Fifth Estate.

Calvin Chrustie, a former RCMP operations officer in British Columbia, said in an interview that he received direction "from Ottawa at the highest level" to "assist and collaborate with" Chinese officials regarding a "high-profile fugitive that they were after in the Vancouver area."

Chrustie said he refused to facilitate a meeting for the Chinese officials, who wanted to interview the fugitive and convince the person to voluntarily return to China to face prosecution.

China has ensured Canada's continuing co-operation by bartering on trade, offering assistance fighting illegal drugs and by negotiating the release of Canadians arbitrarily detained in China, The Fifth Estate investigation found.

"Our economic interests sort of drove this," said veteran Toronto immigration lawyer Lorne Waldman, who represents a number of people now in Canada who are wanted by Chinese authorities.

"We turned a blind eye to the lack of rule of law in China and turned a blind eye to the fact that we should be way more skeptical about the evidence coming from China. And as time went on, we turned a blind eye to the fact that Chinese agents were acting in Canada."





Safeguard Defenders, a Spanish non-governmental organization, listed this single-storey commercial building in Markham, Ont., as one of several alleged Chinese police stations in Canada.



Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc declined to be interviewed for this story.

Earlier this year, politicians in Ottawa decried the reported existence of several alleged Chinese police stations in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. But Canadian officials were already well aware of Chinese police operations in Canada.


Sky Net and Fox Hunt


Since 2014, the Chinese government has aggressively pursued the return of alleged corrupt public officials and economic criminals living abroad through long-arm police operations it dubbed Sky Net and Fox Hunt.

According to the Chinese government, thousands of alleged fugitives have been returned to China to face prosecution. Many returns are highlighted on state television.

In its 2019 annual report, Canada's National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians found that: "Chinese security officials have taken a number of measures to conduct Operation Fox Hunt, including diplomatic pressure on foreign states to co-operate with their investigations and covert trips to persuade or coerce fugitives to return. They employ these measures with Canada."

But critics say Canada co-operated with China's fugitive hunt for years while ignoring or downplaying issues in China around the lack of an independent judiciary and the use of coercion, including torture, to gather evidence.

"We've been successful in cases involving Chinese accusations in getting the evidence thrown out because it was the product of torture," Waldman said.

Waldman declined requests from The Fifth Estate to interview clients of his who are fugitives from China over fears that family members back home could face retribution from Beijing.

Waldman told The Fifth Estate that not only is the federal government still trying to remove his clients wanted by China, but CSIS officials have also interviewed some of those same clients to determine to what extent they are being harassed or threatened by Chinese authorities to return to face charges.

"Some of these were people that [the Canada Border Service Agency] was actively trying to send back to China," Waldman said.

CSIS declined to be interviewed for this story, but in an email, a spokesperson said that China uses "all elements of state power to carry out activities that are a direct threat to our national security and sovereignty."

One notable example of that, the spokesperson said, is "Operation Fox Hunt, which claims to target corruption but is also believed to have been used as cover for silencing dissent, pressuring political opponents, forcing repatriations and involuntary returns of [People's Republic of China] nationals or non-PRC nationals born in the PRC, and instilling a general fear of state power no matter where a person is located."


Because Canada does not have an extradition treaty with China........ the immigration and refugee system is used to remove alleged fugitives. Canadian officials present evidence at Immigration and Refugee Board hearings that they receive from Chinese authorities.

"I don't believe a Superior Court judge would ever authorize an extradition back to China given the state of the rule of law there," Waldman said. "So if that's the case, and we're not prepared to extradite and we've never extradited, why are we deporting people back to China based on evidence that we know is not reliable?"

In 2015, China released a list of 100 wanted economic fugitives, of whom 26 were believed to be in Canada.







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